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#1 of 2 Old 01-26-2003, 07:24 PM - Thread Starter
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Can I substitute whole wheat flour? Do I have to adjust the amount or make any other changes?
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if you put in wholewheat flour as substitute keep in mind recipe will come out heavier. so maybe half wholewheat half unbleached. or if using full amount wholewheat make up heaviness with more raising agent like yogurt or egg? don't stirr to much as that would add to heaviness, just mix just enough to get it all wet, like 30 seconds. hope that helps?> happy eating.tara
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